Psychology, Industrial, Stress (Physiology), Stress (Psychology)
The purpose of this study was to obtain data on the impact of machine-paced industrial inspection tasks upon workers. Psychological and physiological stress reaction measures were gathered from subjects under simulated work conditions. Typical stress indicators such as heart rate, electromyograph readings, temperature, and psychological stress scales comprised the raw data. After being subjected to statistical analysis, results and conclusions will be discussed in order to gain knowledge and insight as to the stress reactions of the machine-paced inspection worker, and to provide implications for further research.
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Burrough, Wayne A.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Arts and Sciences
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Masters Thesis (Open Access)
Roll, Norma, "The Effect of Machine Pacing of Simulated Inspection Tasks on Physiological and Psychological Stress Reactions" (1981). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 588.